While the Lone Grove Lady Horns might not have finished the weekend with two straight victories at the Bethel Tournament, they showed they have plenty of heart.

While the Lone Grove Lady Horns might not have finished the weekend with two straight victories at the Bethel Tournament, they showed they have plenty of heart.

Friday afternoon the Lady Horns rebounded from an opening round loss to defeat Holdenville 54-40.

Lone Grove held an 11-8 lead at the end of the first quarter, before Holdenville came back with 19 points before halftime to lead 27-24.

But the Lady Horns defense rose to the occasion in the second half, holding HHS to just 13 total points while scoring 30 points on offense.

Lydia Saavedra led the Lady Horns with 12 points, with Abbi Atkinson scoring 11 points.

On Saturday the Lady Horns battled Tecumseh, in what turned out to be an overtime classic.

Down by as many as 17 points in the fourth quarter, the Lady Horns managed to fight back and take the lead late.

However, Tecumseh made some clutch free throws to send the game into overtime, where the Lady Horns eventually were defeated by a score of 53-51.

“I saw our true character in the second half against Tecumseh,” Lone Grove coach Jeff Word said. “The ball just didn’t bounce our way a few times and they (Tecumseh) managed to find a way to win. It was a great game for the last 20 minutes of it.”

Saavedra led the Lady Horns with 17 points followed by Cheyanne Davis with 11 points.

Lone Grove will host Rock Creek on Tuesday night for Homecoming.

Healdton 41 Ryan 20

The Healdton Lady Bulldogs claimed the girls championship at the Black and Gold Classic Saturday night with a blowout victory over the Ryan Cowgirls to move to 7-1 on the season.

Healdton managed to hold Ryan to just eight points in the first half, while scoring 25 of their own.

The Lady Bulldogs pitched a shutout in the third quarter while adding 16 points, before Ryan scored its last 12 points in the fourth.

Tournament MVP Macey Howell led the Lady Bulldogs with 15 points followed by Mayson Sullivan with seven points.

Healdton will be at Waurika Tuesday night.

Wilson 38
Ringling 30

Despite a loss in the first round, the hometown Wilson Lady Eagles didn’t go home empty handed, rolling past Ringling 38-30 Saturday to claim the  Black and Gold Classic consolation championship.

Wilson took control in the second quarter, outscoring Ringling 14-5 to take a 20-12 at halftime. The Lady Eagles kept the momentum going their way in the third and headed into the fourth quarter with a 10-point lead.

The Blue Devils’ offense started clicking in the third, putting up 13 points, but Wilson would hold on down the stretch scoring 10 to pull off the win.

MacKayla Raines led Wilson with  11 points, Brianna Way scored 9 points and Lexy Hodges added 8 points in the win.

Karagan Cox led Ringling with 8 points and Rayme Tolliver added 6 points in the effort.


Injuries have plagued the Turner Lady Falcons this season, and this past weekend it led to a rough trip at the Comet Classic in Velma-Alma.

On Friday the Lady Falcons were defeated by Empire 45-25, with Calli Hawkins scoring 11 points followed by Jaleigh Durst, Hannah Gilbreath and Alli Willis with three points.

Saturday, the Lady Falcons were defeated by the Lady Tigers from Sterling by a score of 54-14, in a game which Turner was shorthanded due to three players taking the ACT examination.

Hawkins led the Lady Falcons with eight points followed by Gilbreath with four points.


The Springer Lady Cardinals managed to claim third place overall this past weekend at the Maysville Shootout, after suffering a semifinal defeat on Friday night.

Springer was defeated by Maysville 46-40, with Madison Mapp leading the scoring with 16 points followed by Kamryn Sampson with seven points.

Saturday afternoon the Lady Cardinals defeated Mill Creek in the third place game by a score of 52-32, with Jazmyn Powell leading the scoring with 13 point, with Mapp scoring 12 points.

Mapp and Powell were also named to the All-Tournament team for the Maysville Shootout. 

Wynnewood 36 Davis 33 F/OT

There was plenty of excitement and then some Friday night in the Davis Lady Wolves home opener.

Davis went toe-to-toe with Wynnewood, with the Lady Savages eventually claiming a narrow three-point victory in overtime.

The game was tied at 33-33 at the end of regulation, with Wynnewood scoring the only points in the overtime session.

Sydney Martin led the Lady Wolves with 13 points, while Imbria Jones added seven points.

Davis will be at Sulphur Tuesday night.